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John Darkow's political cartoon in Tuesday's State Journal featured a graduate wearing a barrel labeled "student debt" with the caption, "And we all laughed when he majored in woodworking."
The latest racially motivated mass killing in Buffalo, New York, by an 18-year-old got me thinking. We see so much in the press these days about "parental rights." I wonder if it is not time to think more about "parental…
The May 15 letter to the editor "Courts shouldn’t impose faith on us" stated that "the concepts of when life begins and personhood are all issues of faith. Outlawing abortion because it is murder is based on the extreme religious…
The U.S. Supreme Court's far-right and so-called "religious" conservatives are set to argue that Roe v. Wade was “an ill-conceived and deeply flawed decision that invented a right mentioned nowhere in the Constitution.”
Our main problem in the United States is that we have two parties and a system that are failing us.
I laughed out loud when reading the comments from Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, criticizing Jennifer Mnookin’s selection as the next UW-Madison chancellor. He called her a “blatant partisan.” Vos apparently forgot that administering a university system is an apolitical…
Madison Memorial beats Middleton by seven shots at the conference meet in Evansville.
With the county's purchase of the land, the possible landfill passes a key step though it still needs to go through site evaluation and the permitting process.
The closures are to allow crews to apply polymer overlays that waterproof bridge decks, increasing traction and extending pavement life.
Waunakee's Drew Regnier endured the isolation of training alone to better prepare for the high school track season. He's about to find out if it was worth it.
Vrable, who had spent four years on the Buffalo Bills’ offensive coaching staff (2013-16), had known Watkins since the Bills had selected him with the fourth overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.
Johnny Davis is five weeks away from reaching a dream he set as a child — getting drafted in the NBA. He reflects on his main motivation — family — as he gets closer to the draft.
Exact Sciences is laying off about 3% of its global workforce despite the Madison biomedical giant's recent expansion efforts and acquisitions to advance cancer testing and research pursuits, the company confirmed Thursday.
The Wisconsin football program secured its third commitment from a high school player from Illinois, this time a 6-foot-3 defensive lineman.
In a wide-ranging talk, UW Health CEO Dr. Alan Kaplan addressed the nursing shortage, new clinic plans and the relationship with UnityPoint Health.
The Dane County Medical Examiner’s Office said Timothy J. Trummer, 64, died as a result of the fire, though results of an autopsy performed Wednesday are pending additional study.
Thomas grew up mostly in the foster care system and at 8 years old was shot by his mother, who also suffered from mental illness.
The WIAA will continue to use UW-La Crosse's Roger Harring Stadium at the Veterans Memorial Field Sports Complex and Mitchell Hall during the state meet and add the fieldhouse in 2023.
The city says puns are welcome, no matter how strained.
Judge Valerie Bailey-Rihn's frustrations with Michael Gableman continue to mount over the former state Supreme Court Justice's refusal to provide public records related to the GOP-ordered review into Wisconsin's 2020 election.